Senones   - in ancient sources @

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  Senones   - a Gallic tribe, in Cisalpine and Transalpine Gaul
Wikipedia entry
284/8 The praetor L.Caecilius is defeated by the Senones at Arretium.
284/10 The Senones murder Roman ambassadors.
284/11 M'.Curius defeats the Senones.
57/45 nts Cavarinus as king of the Senones, and Tasgetius as king of the
53/14 Caesar forces the Nervii and Senones to submit.
Oros_2.19   5 The Senonian Gauls had become angry on
Oros_3.22   with the Etruscans and Senonian Gauls, who were attempting
Plin:HN_3.116   112 tribes, and also the Senones who captured Rome.
Plin:HN_3.125   by the Insubres, Boii and Senones on the day on which
Plin:HN_4.107   Carnuteni (federated), Boii, Senones, Aulerci ( both
ValMax_6.3.1   you as one of the Senones themselves." There is a type

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